quarta-feira, 29 de outubro de 2008

Desenho de Charges Dickens =P


Charles Dickens John Huff Charles Dickens (February 7 of 1812 - June 9 of 1870), English writer. It also adopted the pseudonym Boz at the beginning of his literary activity, was the most popular novelists of the British Victorian era.

Some phrases it:

We must never envergonharmo us of our own tears.

A vague notion of everything, and a knowledge of anything.

Every failure teaches the man who has something to learn.

Anyone is capable of being happy and in a good mood when you're well dressed.

No one can find that failed its mission in this world, is relieved the burden of another person.

The moral is like a traffic signal indicating where you can go to a city, but it will not.
Books of Charles Dickens: As Aventuras do Senhor Pickwick Bleak House A Christmas CarolDavid CopperfieldGreat ExpectationsNicholas NicklebyOliver TwistA Tale of Two CitiesObtido em "http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categoria:Livros_de_Charles_Dickens"

Charles Dickens

John Huffam Charles Dickens was the most popular novelists of the Victorian era and contributed to the introduction of social criticism in English literature from fiction. The fame of his novels and stories can be proved by the fact that all his books continue to be edited. Among the major classical-to-do "Oliver Twist", "A Christmas Carol" and "David Copperfield."